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Should The United States Postal Service (USPS) Be Privatized?

Annotated Bibliography:
Burelson, C. (June 2006). Members of Congress Criticize Postal Service for Lack of Openness and Fairness in Consolidation Process. Retrieved on August 12, 2008 from http://www.olywip.org/site/page/article/2006/06/05.html
The author stands on the ground that the privatization of the USPs is not only unnecessary but may be accompanied by various manipulations which can prevent the process of privatization from being fair. To prove this point of view, the author refers to the opinion of members of Congress who indicate to the lack of openness of the USPS which disables the possibility for the fair process of privatization of the company.
Burelson, C. (May 2006). United States Postal Service, Incorporated? Action is needed to save our mail service! Retrieved on August 12, 2008 from http://www.olywip.org/site/page/article/2006/04/01.html
The author underlines the importance of the reforming of the USPS and improving its performance because the latter has deteriorated consistently in recent years and the quality of service provided by the USPS tends to decrease.
Cremer, H., M. Marchand, and J. Thisse. (1989). The public firm as an instrument for regulating an oligopolistic market. Oxford Economic Papers, p.283-301.
The authors discuss various perspectives on the performance of public firms in the context of an open market economy which tends to oligopoly. They reveal the negative effect of privatization which increases the risk of the progress of oligopolistic trends in the market and insist on the necessity of the existence of public firms.
Fershtman, C. (1990). “The interdependence between ownership status and market structure: The case of privatization.” Economica, 57, p.319-28.
The author discusses the process and essence of privatization focusing on the analysis of the interdependence between the ownership status and market structure.
Fillichio, C. A. (2006). “A Public Servant Who Really Delivers: Postmaster General John Potter's "Letter-Perfect" Public Service Recognition Week Speech Delivers on the Value of Public Service” The Public Manager, Vol. 35, Iss. 3, p.63-68
The author attempts to analyze the performance of the USPS and reveals the significance of this company for the US economy and public. The conclusions made by the author indicate to the necessity of a thorough approach to the privatization of the company.
Hudgins, E.L. (Ed.). (2000). Mail at the Millennium: Will the Postal Service Go Private? CATO Institute, Washington, D.C.
Based on a conference held in December 1998, the CATO Institute supports privatization of the Postal Service and opening the postal system to greater competition. The Institute favors market-based solutions and does not support permitting the Postal Service greater market freedoms in its current form.

Nader, R. (January 2007). Resist the privatization of our Postal Service: Nader echoes Clint Burleson about the pitfalls of corporatizing the USPS. Retrieved on August 12, 2008 from http://www.olywip.org/site/page/article/2007/01/05.html
The author opposes to the privatization of the USPS and reveals consistent flaws which accompany this process.
“Report to Congress: Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act, National Telecommunications and Information Administration” U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, D.C., 2001
Congress directed the Commerce Department to conduct an inquiry and report on the effectiveness of electronic mail in the delivery of records, as compared with the delivery of records via the United States Postal Service and private express mail services. The Department sought extensive public comment.
Savas, E. S. (2000). Privatization and Public-Private Partnerships. New York: Chatham House.
The author discusses the process of privatization and its effects on the performance of companies.
Volokh, A. (2008). “Privatization and the Law and Economics of Political Advocacy”; Stanford Law Review, Vol. 60, Iss. 4, p. 1197-1221.
The author discusses the privatization from the legal point of view and attempts to reveal the interrelation between politics and economy while taking decisions concerning privatization.

 

 
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